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- Elite Angler
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- Location: Bella Vista, Arkansas
They certainly have made a lot of changes in their lineup, hard to keep track of what they are up to. I really like the color "Japan Craw" in the D series cranks - I am going to miss it.
- Senior Angler
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Quillback wrote:They certainly have made a lot of changes in their lineup, hard to keep track of what they are up to. I really like the color "Japan Craw" in the D series cranks - I am going to miss it.
Same here, buddy. I'm on the hunt now.
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I've hered a whisper in Aus but could be just hearsay.
- Pro Angler
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- Location: Ashland, NE
Sometimes i think these lure companies stretch themselves too thin and have too many offerings. I know they want to stay competitive, but how much dead inventory and low selling designs must hurt them somewhere. Unless the margins are pushing 50 to 75%, i don't know how they manage so many part numbers and colors.
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People in the industry are getting antsy, trying to keep shelves stocked...
I know they have not resolved all their financial issues.
Any one hear anything else?
Get your kids hooked on fishing, and they'll never have any money for drugs or alcohol.